Cite as follows:

van Breugel, Seino. 2008. A Grammar of Atong. Ph.D. dissertation, RCLT, La Trobe University. Accessed via STEDT database <http://stedt.berkeley.edu/search/> on 2018-01-18.

Note: The full work is available here.

From the author: “It is important to read chapter 2 on phonology to understand how the sound system of the language works. It is very important to note that I believe that Atong HAS NO DIPHTHONGS and that the glottal stop is NOT a phoneme. The Atong orthography in the dictionary might be misleading with regard to these aspects of the phonology.”

Grapheme | Phoneme
ph | pʰ
th | tʰ
kh | kʰ
p | p
t | t
k | k
b | b
d | d
g | g
w | w
m | m
n | n
ng | ŋ
r | r
l | l
s | s
ch | c
j | j
h | h
i | y
i | i
e | e
a | a
o | o
u | u
y | ə
ii | ī
ee | ē
oo | ō
aa | ā
• or ‘ | glottalisation
Table 76 (p. 623)

Abbrevations: See p. 625 of the grammar for abbreviations used in the GFN field.

Languages in this source:

ISO 639-3 Language Name Short Lg Name Group num. of records Phon. Inventory
aot Atong Atong 1.7.1.3 - Koch 3306